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. is there hypocrisy? >>steve: come get your gun insurance. good idea? what do you think? we're going to report and you decide. >>brian: a good lesson for anyone. why it is never a smart idea to flip off the judge. i've always thought this but other people fought me on it. wait till you see what happened to this girl because she has a bit of a temper. what a lady. "fox & friends" starts now. >>steve: i think the key is whether or not she flipped off the judge before or after the sentence. >>gretchen: she did it as she was walking away. >>steve: come on back. >>gretchen: he increased it because she was sassy to him. then she decided to do the bird. then he said did you just actually say blank you to me? she said yes, i did. he then said i will now increase your bail to, i think it was $30,000 -- 30 days, i mean. 30 days behind bars. >>brian: i bet we have complete details on the story. i remember in "the odd couple" felix got increased sentence because he was annoying the judge. >>gretchen: i had no heat or hot water this morning, so i could not shower. you may hold me in contempt of court today. if the
to strip citizens of guns in the run-up to the second world war. here's steve mclaughlin yesterday frustrated with how quickly the gun control bill was passed. >> we're told to shut up and vote. that's what this is about. don't question it. just vote. that's the message here. hitler would be proud. mussolini would be proud of what we did here. but that's not democracy. >> there you have it. a few hours later he released a video apology calling his statement an honest mistake. >>> finally, republicans refusing to attend president obama's state of the union address georgia congressman paul broun for example typically stays in his office hooked to his twitter account. where will steve pierce be during the address? his announcement yesterday, public hearing on the chicken is the same day of the state of the union. pearce will be attending a meeting on a chicken to the endangered species list. >>> and their top staffers would rather forget. you're watching "hardball," the place for politics. ♪ >>> welcome back to "hardball." we may have just seen president obama inaugurated a second t
the company to unlock his $137 billion on cash on hand to pay off dividends. steve sedgwick is live for us in london. steve, what exactly did david einhorn, who is he suing, what's going on here? >> basically, the point is apple wants to change its charter and ban a type of shares which would give a very high yield to investors. they want to preserve their cash pile, $137 billion, part of $500 billion plus held by the top 20 u.s. corporate. they want to hang on to the money, most of which is held offshore, which in brought back onshore into the united states could trigger hefty tax bills. apple wants to hang on to the money to use in other ways going forward. a lot of activist shareholders and hedge funds want a higher yield on their stock, especially considering the fact that stocks like apple are now trading as low as $468 a share. it's a very anxiety battle for the company and investors. >> steve, the merger talks, american airlines and us airways, where's it stand now? what's the implications for passengers? >> yeah, looks like this one's going ahead. it will create the largest domesti
with gop congressman steve pierce. he has decided to skip the state of the union. what's the reason? this guy. the lesser prairie chicken of new mexico. that's right. congressman pierce is going to the birds. literally. he tweeted that he's staying home in new mexico because "a public hearing on the chicken is the same day as the state of the union. no disrespect to the chicken, even if he is the lesser chicken. congressman, it's time for all of us to come together as a union. as americans. and showing up at the state of the union speech is one way to show it. we're facing some serious economic time. we're facing serious decisions on gun legislation. we're facing serious questions about how we sustain social security, medicaid and medicare. i know your party didn't do well last year, but, congressman, don't be chicken. thanks for watching. i'm al sharpton, "hardball" starts right now. >> war on drones, let's play "hardball." >> good evening, just a day before the president's chief counter terrorism advisor, john brennan heads to capital hill for his hearing to take over the c.i. ave
, right? joining us now is steve clemons with the new america foundation. steve writes at the "atlantic" magazine where he's washington editor at large. steve thanks so much for being here. >> good to be with you, rachel. >> in that face-off between john mccain and chuck hagel we're obviously seeing a great difference in temperament, a great difference in focus. but how do you -- a, how do you judge that face off? but how also do you compare the way these two men view the bush-era wars in afghanistan and iraq? what's the difference between them? >> well, a couple of things. first of all, chuck hagel probably deserves another purple heart after today's hearing. and i think the other thing you saw, two great heroes, two titans of american senatorial politics really, john mccain and chuck hagel, who ripped apart over a very principal difference about deploying men and women in iraq. and that is i think really the crux of it. i don't think hagel wanted to tell john mccain that oh, your policy may have appeared cosmetically to succeed in a really failed war that didn't move the dial and if y
, but that's not stopping state representative steve smith from pushing his new proposal to ban state agencies from sending out mailings in any language except english. he calls it a cost-cutting measure, but others say it's a violation of the civil rights act. one exception, voting materials can still be mailed out in other languages, though smith's own maricopa county doesn't have the best track record there. the spanish version of an election notice last year listed november 8 as election day. that's two days after the election really occurred. >>> finally, stephen colbert kind of, sort of avoids any conflict of interest issues while letting us know that his sister is running for congress in south carolina. and he offers advice to her potential opponents. >> as a broadcast journalist, i'm obligated to maintain pure objectivity. it doesn't matter that my sister is intelligent, hard working, compassionate, and dedicated to the people of south carolina. besides, i'm not sure i can support her because she is running as a democrat. i take that as a personal affront and, two, there are s
the likes of pat toomey, charlie crist and david dewhart. susan page and strategist steve mcmahon, welcome all, happy monday. ramesh i'll start with you. we know a lot of established republicans say you have to fight back in the primaries and get involved. this strikes me as something that will make things more divisive inside the republican party before it gets better. is that what the party needs? >> if you look at the reaction to this "new york times" story you get the distinct impressions a lot of republicans dislike each other more than the democrats and i think that's a a problem but the other question i have is how would this even looking backwards, how would this have made a difference in those races? if todd aiken is the example that was a three-way race, a tight three-way race, how would this group have picked one of the two candidates that would put him over the time. >> that anyone other than sharron angle would beat harry reid. there's a bunch of seats. >> and why do people think that the expenditure of a bunch of money is going to cause conservative voters in indiana to decid
to a customer with an ear more music, this talent eed cashier is now a youtube sensation. steve osunsami has the story. >> reporter: she's proof there's big talent in small places. 21-year-old kayla sloan was working in this walmart in west virginia when a customer noticed her singing a tune and pulled out an iphone to record the magic. little did she know the video would catch fire. ♪ my coat of many colors >> reporter: this is coal mining country. her husband is a coal miner, her grandfather, too. she had big dreams for years, but -- >> i never thought it would make it that far. i thought people would see me and enjoy it. but as far as it making it that far, i never even dreamed. i'm hoping to be on the grand ole opry. ♪ take the ribbon from my hand >> reporter: when she was 15, she and her brother cobbled together what they had to record this homemade album that no one heard. but now she's a hit. at least in the mountains and certainly at the walmart she calls her second home. ♪ >> i've had people come through my line and say can i have your autograph or will you sing me a song? ♪
of the president's jobs council, co-founder of aol, steve case, so stick around for that. >>> new pictures this morning of reporters dogging democratic new jersey senator robert menendez. in case you're wondering these pictures were taken outside of his house in washington, d.c. menendez fighting allegations he violated finance laws and had sex with underaged prostitutes. he gave his first on camera comments to cnn regarding this issue. >> reporter: senator menendez do you have any response to violating any campaign finance laws? >> i have comments printed at any office. >> reporter: nameless, faceless? >> anonymous allegations. you should find out who that is. >> the senator is in line to become chairman of the senate foreign relations committee. >>> scary moments for some alaska air passengers. flight was forced to make an emergency landing because the captain passed out. >> and then all of a sudden the attendant started running up and down the aisle, i've never seen them go so fast and they announced if there's any doctors or nurses or anyone aboard to please come forward and then the r
. there is comfort and hope. martha: steve harrigan is live at the kennedy space center in cape canaveral, florida. morning, steve. >> reporter: martha, we're just a few minutes away here from the ceremonies to mark the day of remembrance for men and women who have given their lives in service of space exploration, beginning in 1967 with the apollo 1 tragedy, a fire on board the launch capsule there killed three astronauts, all three on board including gus grissom, who was a member of the mercury program. next in 1986, the space shuttle challenger came apart after just 7 seconds in flight. it was a disaster witnessed by schoolchildren across america. that is because the first teacher in space was one of the seven on board, christa mcauliffe. was later found so have a bad seal in booster rocket. finally in 2003 the space shuttle columbia came apart after a 16-day science mission. among the seven on board was the first israeli astronaut, elan ramon. martha, back to you. martha: steve, thank you. we all remember them today. what a day that was 10 years ago. bill: breaking news now on the attack on ou
. speaker, at this time i'd like to yield to my colleague and my good friend from new mexico, mr. steve pierce. mr. pearce: i thank the gentleman for yielding and for his -- mr. steve pears. mr. pearce: i thank -- mr. steve pearce. mr. pearce: i thank my good friend for yielding to me. this idea is indeed a bipartisan issue. you know, our founding fathers came here from countries that had monarchs, kings. kings that could tell a person who they were to marry, what job they could have, what level of education that they might attain. they could tell you what church you must be a member of. it was those state-ordained religions that many came to this country to get away from. they came here with an idea of a government that could only declare what your freedoms were, not limit those freedoms. it was that freedom of religion that caused many of the colonies to be organized differently, by different faiths. and some by no faith at all. it was in that backdrop that the constitution was written which caused our founding fathers great pause. the initial constitution was written and could not be
, please? >> my name is steve. i work in the news business. to the extent you are familiar, so some anecdotes about planned stage management about some of these debates and keeping people on time with their cues and not veering too far off the questions. thanks. >> keeping on cue. i will tell you a quick anecdote. my first debate in 1988, george h. w. bush vs. michael dukakis. george h. w. bush was the vice president and he gave an answer. high-tech, green light, yellow light, red light, and green light said you could talk, yellow lights that you could line up, red light said shut up. george h. w. bush in the middle of an answer, i stopped him and said, mr. vice president, your time is up. he pointed to the lights and said, i have still got some time. in my ear, i heard the voice of the executive producer saying, jim, he is right. [laughter] in front of everybody i have ever known in my whole life -- [laughter] i said, i am sorry, you are right, go ahead. he looked at me and said, i forgot what i was going to say. [laughter] i wanted the biggest hole in the world to drop in and neve
. ♪ >> chuckles, chugles. >> richard sacorides, the muscle, and ryan the loose cannon. back to you, steve, for a final question. what will be success for you on, do we still have him? what will be success for you on your super bowl sunday is that everybody is laughing at this ad or what will make you feel like you have done your job? >> yeah, well we certainly want them to be entertained, but we certainly want them to learn a little bit about our vehicles, so each one we think has both an entertaining, fun aspect but it also tells you a little something about our santa fe or our sonata. we want the company more likeable and that always helps. to the point you just raised the film you just showed it's a big social media game. it used to be just about doing great commercials in the game which you still want to do but the whole ability to leverage social media as we just showed with find your seven, which is a program we're doing with facebook that allows people to create their own team of seven and be our guests at next year's super bowl. >> i'm not putting any of those folks in my seven-pa
through with the $5 million. >> stephanie: you know when steve doocy has to point out that you are stupid -- steve doocy said it was a joke. and trump said that was venom that wasn't a joke. in fact he was nervous when he said it. it was a pathetic delivery. [ phyllis diller laughter ] >> stephanie: there, i did not -- my mother did not have sex with an orangutan. it's not why my hair is orange. that was a spectacular story. >> what a dope. >> how did he ever make any money at all? >> stephanie: maybe he didn't. >> he lost it ail on a casino. >> stephanie: yes. the business was probably good -- people are like let's go where the house always loses. that's awesome. all right. eighteen minutes after the hour. i'm going to freeze that entire bit in carbonite. >> please do. >> stephanie: backing up all of your computer files, it is important. you can't do it once in a while. it's not good enough. stop shaking your head like a stupid imfoe mesh shall side kick. >> what? >> uh-huh. uh-huh. uh-huh. >> stephanie: you are like one of those little dogs -- you are a bobble h
to katie couric who averages 2.4 million viewers and steve harvey also a new show averaging 1.8 million viewers. both of those have been renewed for a second season. >> bill: sorry ricki. >> who's that? it's been a long time since i've heard that name. >> bill: yes president obama out in minneapolis yesterday appearing with the mayor and with many members of law enforcement community out in minneapolis. saying among other things that cops should not be outgunned on the streets of america and calling again on the american public to get behind measures. some comments, measures on gun violence. that's been keeping the president busy as well as immigration reform. we wanted to check in on generally the news of the day with our good friend, washington bureau chief for "usa today" otherwise known as david jackson's boss. susan page. >> you know, bill, i would say no one is david jackson's boss. >> bill: i'll tell him you said that. he does kind of march to his own drummer there at the white house. >> he does indeed. >> bill: how are you susan? haven't talked to you in awhile. >> i'm doing wel
of entrepreneurs. >> they want to be steve jobs. >> mark zuckerberg. >> russell simmons. >> i want to be russell simmons. i spend long hours with her checking her heart rate, administering her medication, and just making her comfortable. one night britta told me about a tradition in denmark, "when a person dies," she said, "someone must open the window so the soul can depart." i smiled and squeezed her hand. "not tonight, britta. not tonight." [ female announcer ] to nurses everywhere, thank you, from johnson & johnson. [ female announcer ] to nurses everywhere, all right that's a fifth-floor probleok.. not in my house! ha ha ha! ha ha ha! no no no! not today! ha ha ha! ha ha ha! jimmy how happy are folks who save hundreds of dollars switching to geico? happier than dikembe mutumbo blocking a shot. get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. good afternoon. chase sapphire. (push button tone) this is stacy from springfield. oh whoa. hello? yes. i didn't realize i'd be talking to an actual person. you don't need to press "0," i'm here. reach a person, not a prompt
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statistician steve ratner. we celebrate national weather person's day. >> balloons and everything. february 5th every year. >> next you're going to tell me it's not national pancake day. >> we mentioned within the first hour of the show. >> i still can't get used to the look. >> get used to it. this is the way it's going to be. ♪ nothing can stop me from shaving thoet and i need you today oh, mandy ♪ >>> coming up next, what, if anything, did we learn today? look at you, so dashing. come on. nowadays, lots of people go by themselves. no they don't. yeah... hey son. have fun tonight. ♪ prom! [ laughs ] ♪ ♪ ain't nothin to me ♪ back against the wall
blunt than peter. i think there's a great little passage in water isaacson's biography of steve jobs and president obama's speech on undocumented immigration and what he's able to get on that front. remember that slice of the population that is foreign born, you know, a decent number of them are part of the electorate now and are engaged and this comes down to recognition and respect. there was bipartisan legislation done at the start of visa and things like that and i think you're right, a piecemeal approach would be sane but from the perspective of the lobbyists, it makes sense that well let's attack this all at once because if you have attached the attractive piece of legislation to less attractive piece of legislation -- considering with the affordable care act, if you saw just the coverage expanding provisions in one law, it wouldn't look improving. if only have the revenue provisions of the affordable care act, it looks like a massive tax increase. combine them into one single piece of legislation, it's attractive. i think it's the same dynamic and i think that's why we should
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